Home students arrival
If you are a UK student, then this is the section for you. Take a look at the information below to find out everything you need to know about arriving and enrolling at Keele.
Enrolment for home students will take place in the Chancellor's Building on Saturday 22nd September 2018 9am - 4.45pm.
The Enrolment team will guide you through this process, at the end of which you will be issued with your Keele Card. If we have not yet received a photo from you then you will be issued with your Keele Card once we have taken your photograph.
If you arrive late or have any questions in your first two weeks you will be able to get them answered at our ‘pop up’ Student Services Centre in the Chancellor's Building Exhibition Suite. We’ll be there to help you from Monday 24th September until Friday 5th October.
Home students should aim to arrive and move in on Saturday 22nd September between 9am-5pm.
You will need to have your Accommodation Boarding Pass in order to collect your keys to your on campus accommodation.
Don’t forget to print this after you have completed your online accommodation induction. You will find this on the Accommodation Portal.
If you arrive after 5pm then you can collect your key from the 24-hour Security Office in the Darwin Building. If you will be living off campus, you can go straight there after you have enrolled.
If you are living in campus halls of residence, you will be required to attend a compulsory Halls Welcome talk. Please check back to these pages for further information about when your talk will be.
Keele University’s secure wireless connection eduroam gives you access on campus, in the halls of residence and teaching buildings. Look for eduroam in your Wifi network list and connect by using your Keele IT account details as the username and password.
For more information please see our IT support information.
In order to register with the National Health Service and receive treatment, you must be registered with a general medical practice near where you live.
Home students can register with the University Health Centre when you enrol for your course. Registration will take place on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd September between 9am-4.30pm
Please note that this is a normal GP surgery and not a Walk-in Centre, therefore you will need to be registered to access an appointment. The registration forms can be downloaded from the health centre website. Please fill these in before you arrive as this will minimise the time taken to process your registration. If you have a medical condition, are undergoing treatment at the hospital, or are taking repeat medication please bring this information with you when you register.
If you are unable to register on the dates above you should do it at the Health Centre during your first week at University or as soon as possible, so that your medical records will be available when you do need to see a GP or Nurse.
New MenACWY vaccination for first-time university entrants:
NHS England are advising that first-time university entrants should be vaccinated with Meningococcal ACWY (MenACWY) vaccine BEFORE the beginning of the new academic term.
You should be hearing from your GP from August with the offer of the vaccination, however if you have not heard from your GP contact them to request the MenACWY vaccination. If you have not had the vaccination when you register, this will be available at this time or an appointment made within the next few weeks. Flu vaccinations will also be available for patients who need them.